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Rebecca Binnendyk delivers new Single

OFFICIAL URL: https://www.rebeccabinnendyk.com/ In her latest single, titled “Brick by Brick,” Rebecca Binnendyk delivers some of the most chilling vocal harmonies of the season in what many critics have deemed her breakthrough moment as a singer/songwriter. Right from the onset of the piano’s understated melody, we’re entrapped in Binnendyk’s web …

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The Promised release new Music

In the first few frames of the music video for “We Could Be In Love,” a girl in cowboy boots is walking alone on a rural bridge, gripping the white pearls around her neck and contemplating her surroundings in silence when The Promised suddenly lay into the soaring lead harmony …

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Kazyak’s new record Odyssey

“Contravertical,” the opening track in Kazyak’s new record Odyssey, begins in a haze of distorted spoken word and synthesized clouds that churn into a solid harmony by the time we hit the forty-second mark in the track. The music drones forward with a confident ease, unraveling one note at a time, …

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“Good Trouble” by Mutlu

Mutlu’s new album Good Trouble opens with the winning track “Lifeline”. It’s an ideal way to kick off the release thanks to the way it is sure to bring live audiences together, but also illustrates his songwriting acumen for those unfamiliar with Mutlu’s work. Percussion anchors “Lifeline”, but there’s strong acoustic guitar …

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Nicholas Altobelli is back in the spotlight

After four long years, Nicholas Altobelli is finally back in the spotlight with some new material in the form of Vertigo, a 35-minute studio album packed with more haunting harmonies than most records twice its length are. Altobelli introduces us to fiery riffage in “Runaway Trains,” pastoral poeticisms in “Everybody …

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Ooberfuse remains faithful to their upbringings

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=644239735992604 Though the words that Cherrie Anderson sings in the first five seconds of Paul Kennedy’s radio edit of “Call My Name” are well-articulated by the acclaimed ooberfuse vocalist, they aren’t as descriptive an entity as the quietly stirring instrumentation in the background is. Her verse is simple, her …

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“Halcyon Days” single by Davie Simmons

Pop songs with theatrical flair are a rarity these days, but no one told Davie Simmons. His latest single “Halcyon Days” not only mixes theatrical pop with a retro rock line of attack but latches on to a literary bent shared by few, if any, modern artists. The song’s grounding …

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